Additionally, exhibitors will deliver a series of short technical workshops throughout the day on the show floor, covering a wide variety of topics of interest to food processors. Process Expo also will hold a seminar on Oct. 31 for Latin American attendees. These sessions will be presented in Spanish and sponsored by Process Expo’s international partners: CANAINCA, CANILEC, COMECARNE and Chilealimentos.
This year’s Process Expo will be about 75% larger than what was available in 2010, according to the FPSA. Advanced registration is $25 and includes access to exhibits and an extensive education program. For more information, visitwww.myprocessexpo.com.